naïve

(nah-ēv´) not previously exposed to therapy or treatment.
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naive

[adj] - marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience 2. [adj] - lacking sophistication
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Naive

• (a.) Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, naive manners; a naive person; naive and unsophisticated remarks. • (a.) Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, naive manners; a naive person; naive and unsophisticated remarks.
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naive

naif adjective marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience; `a teenager`s naive ignorance of life`; `the naive assumption that things can only get better`; `this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager t...
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naive

[Adjective] Without experience of the rules of society, innocently ignorant.
Example: Everyone smiled at the child's innocent and naive questions.
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Naïve

Na'ïve` adjective [ French naïf , fem. naïve , from Latin nativus innate, natural, native. See Native , and confer Naïf .] Having native or unaffected simplicity; ingenuous; artless; frank; as, naïve manners; a naïve person; naïve and un...
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NAIVE

inexperienced. Often used to describe an individual who has never taken a certain drug, or to an undifferentiated immune system cell.
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naive

marked by or showing unaffected simplicity
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Naïve

The word naïve means simple, unaffected, unsophisticated. As an art term it specifically refers to artists who also have had no formal training in an art school or academy. Naïve art is characterised by childlike simplicity of execution and vision. As such it has been valued by modernists seeking to get away from what they see as the insincere so...
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